Note that pumpkins do require a lot of food and a long growing season (generally
... Plant pumpkins at the edge of the garden and direct vine growth across the
lawn or sidewalk. .... A slice of pumpkin pie before bedtime may help you to sleep
Sugar pumpkins can remain on the vine until just before the first hard frost.
Severe cold will damage pumpkin flesh, turning it to mush -- wiping out your
Oct 24, 2011 ... The answer can depend on the weather, but it's probably longer than you think. It
helps to know how to choose a pumpkin that will withstand the ...
The first few flowers on pumpkin vines will be male blooms. ..... There are
varieties of winter squash that stay more compact and fruit next to the base of the
plant. .... Yes, pumpkin vines grow very long (they'll probably get longer than the
5 feet ...
Sep 18, 2011 ... You should leave pumpkins on the vine as long as you can. They'll only ripen
and change color while still growing. Unlike tomatoes and ...
If you leave it on the vine, you fear it will surely rot, or the bugs will get toit. Don't
worry or fret. Properly stored, pumpkins are "long keepers". Here are some ...
If you don't want to cut the pumpkins, you can simply let the vine die back ... the
top and scoop out the seeds and fiber, and it's ready for a pie or a jack-o'-lantern.
If I store them in a dry, dool place, how long will they survive? I read that ... I grew
some pie pumpkins and most of them lasted into Jan. But I still ...
Sep 7, 2006 ... Best Answer: It depends on the temperature and what it is sitting on. Cooler
means longer. Drier means longer. If it is on the ground, it will be ...
Apr 17, 2016 ... Does a pumpkin have to be orange to be ripe? ... When summer is nearly over,
the pumpkin vines in the garden can be ... Leave a Long Stem